Theses

  •  Freeman, Euan: Interaction techniques with novel multimodal feedback for addressing gesture-sensing systems. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.  Link.
  •  Jamieson, Matthew: Investigating assistive technology to support memory for people with cognitive impairments. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.  Link.
  •  McGill, Mark: Supporting Collocated And At-A-Distance Experiences With TV And VR Displays. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.  Link.
  •  Ng, Alexander: The Effects of Encumbrance and Mobility on Interactions with Touchscreen Mobile Devices. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.  Link.
  •  Politis, Ioannis: Effects of Modality, Urgency and Situation on Responses to Multimodal Warnings for Drivers. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.  Link.
  •  Kaaresoja, Topi Johannes: Latency Guidelines for Touchscreen Virtual Button Feedback. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2015.  Link.
  •  McLachlan, Ross David: Pressure as a Non-Dominant Hand Input Modality for Bimanual Interaction Techniques on Touchscreen Tablets. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2015.  Link.
  •  Diaz Merced, Wanda L.: Sound for the Exploration of Space Physics Data. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2014.  Link.
  •  Warnock, David: The application of multiple modalities to improve home care and reminder systems. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2014.  Link.
  •  Vazquez-Alvarez, Yolanda: An investigation of eyes-free spatial auditory interfaces for mobile devices: supporting multitasking and location-based information. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2013.  Link.
  •  Wilson, Graham: Using Pressure Input and Thermal Feedback to Broaden Haptic Interaction with Mobile Devices. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2013.  Link.
  •  Williamson, Julie R.: User Experience, Performance, and Social Acceptability: Usable Multimodal Mobile Interaction. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, School of Computing Science, 2012.  Link.
  •  Hoggan, Eve: Crossmodal Audio and Tactile Interaction with Mobile Touchscreens. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2010.  Link.
  •  Kildal, Johan: Developing an Interactive Overview for Non-Visual Exploration of Tabular Numerical Information. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2008.  Link.
  •  Wilson, Graham: Tactile Geiger Counter for Ubiquitous Computing. In MSc Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2008.
  •  Brown, Lorna M.: Tactons: Structured Vibrotactile Messages for Non-Visual Information Display. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2007.  Link.
  •  Marentakis, Georgios: Deictic Spatial Audio Target Acquisition in the Frontal Horizontal Plane. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2006.  Link.
  •  Clelland, John P. R.: Multiple target representation using a haptically enhanced visual display. In MSc Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2005.  Link.
  •  Nicol, Craig A.: Development and Exploration of a Timbre Space Representation of Audio. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2005.  Link.
  •  McGookin, David: Understanding and Improving the Identification of Concurrently Presented Earcons. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2004.  Link.
  •  Crossan, Andrew: The design and evaluation of a haptic veterinary palpation training simulator. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2003.  Link.
  •  McGee, Marilyn R.: Investigating a multimodal solution for improving force feedback generated textures. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2003.  Link.
  •  Oakley, Ian: Haptic augmentation of the cursor: transforming virtual actions into physical actions. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2003.  Link.
  •  Leplatre, Gregory: The design and evaluation of non-speech sounds to support navigation in restricted display devices. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2002.  Link.
  •  Crease, Murray G.: A Toolkit of Resource-Sensitive, Multimodal Widgets. In PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Department of Computing Science, 2001.  Link.
  •  Brewster, Stephen A.: Providing a Structured Method for Integrating Non-Speech Audio into Human-Computer Interfaces. In PhD Thesis, University of York, UK, 1994.  Link.